Dr. Abha Jain
Over three decades of international clinical experience in child care!
A compassionate and highly skilled consultant in the fields of neonatology and paediatrics, Dr. Abha Jain offers thirty-three years of cumulative experience in paediatrics and twenty-two years of global experience in the field of neonatology. She has wide ranging international experience in both clinical and academic roles. She has vast clinical experience across the UK, Canada, Australia, India and Dubai.
Dr. Abha is trained, highly skilled and competent in managing a wide variety of neonatal conditions. She has vast experience in care and resuscitation of extreme premature neonates (from 22 completed weeks/400 grams), persistent pulmonary hypertension of newborn, advanced neonatal ventilation, neonatal noninvasive respiratory support, central and peripheral arterial and PICC line insertion, total parenteral nutrition, aEEG, neonatal cranial ultrasound and targeted neonatal echocardiography (TnEcho), congenital heart diseases and surgical problems. Survival of an extreme preterm baby (gestation 22 weeks, birth weight 400 grams) under her care is a testimony to her great neonatal skills.
She completed her MBBS and Postgraduate Diploma in Child Health (DCH) from Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Medical College, Indore. She is an MRCPCH and FRCPCH from Royal College of Pediatrics & Child Health, UK. She is also a Neonatal CCT, PMETB, UK board. She obtained Fellowship in Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine, Canada (RCPSC affiliated), and Neonatal Fellowship, Australia.
She holds Certificate in Neonatal Ultrasound and Echocardiography (CCPU), Australian Society of Ultrasound Medicine; Neonatal Resucitation Program (NRP), AHA and AAP; Paediatric Advanced Life Support, AHA and AAP; Neonatal Ultrasound and Echocardiography (CCPU), ASUM, Australia; Child Protection, Australia; and Bayley- III Scale of Infant and Toddler development, Australia.
Dr. Abha has extensive working experience in prestigious university hospitals in UK, Canada and Australia which include Queen Charlotte and Chelsea Hospital;